Ravi reacts to reshuffle DHSC appointments

Following the Government reshuffle, Matt Hancock has retained his position as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and Helen Whatley has been appointed as Minister for Care. Here, Ravi Bains reacts to the appointments:

“I would like to extend my congratulations to both the Health Secretary and the Minister for Care. It is a challenging time in social care, and this is by no means an easy job, but I’m sure the newly appointed Helen Whatley will take the job head on.

“I look forward to seeing what the DHSC team has in store for 2020.”

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